November 2012: Alcoholism at Large
Why do we black out?
Some people are more likely than others to have blackouts due to differences in the way alcohol affects their brains, according to a new study. Researchers examined MRI brain scans conducted while 12 people with a history of blackouts and 12 people without a history of blackouts did a memory task. The volunteers did the memory task with and without alcohol.
“Our study’s findings suggest that some people are more likely to experience alcohol-induced blackouts than others due to the way alcohol affects brain activity in areas involved in... Login to read more
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